Brian Head Downhill, Mike Saemisch, Utah Adventure Bucket List | Parks100

A Mountain Biking Mecca: Brian Head Resort Mountain Bike Park

BRIAN HEAD RESORT MOUNTAIN BIKE PARK | BRIAN HEAD, UTAH
LEARN MORE | BRIAN HEAD RESORT | MAP | 200+ MILES

The best riding can be had from late June to early fall. It’s worth mentioning these six epic trails for starters: The family-friendly Town Trail is a two-mile one-way stroll through Brian Head. Alpine Creek Loop turns it up a notch with a choose-your-own adventure system of loops that ramble through aspens and wildflower meadows. Navajo Loop is 3.5 miles one way and meanders through alpine forests and meadows and affords vistas of Brian Head Peak and Bristlecone Pond. Take the rocky ridges and see spectacular views on the point-to-point Sydney Peaks Trail. Awesome singletrack can be conquered on the 6-mile Bunker Creek; take a shuttle for this one. On the biggest trek in Brian Head, Dark Hollow, you’ll drop more than 5,000 feet in 14.5 miles and go through lush forests till you hit red rock. There are certainly tons of trails throughout “Color Country” for you to explore at Utah’s largest mountain bike park with pro-designed elements.

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